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  • Fri 24 Jun ’16, 10:00pm – 2:00am


The World Bar, 12 Church Lane, Queenstown



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  • Free Admission

The World Bar is stoked to bring you the biggest talked about artist out of Australia this year, Paces!
Be sure to get down early as this event will pack out!

Listen to Paces debut album 'Vacation' here - https://etcetc.lnk.to/vacation.

Vacation is a 13-track journey through Paces’ world of tropical beats and forward thinking pop. Paces has worked with a plethora of Australian and international talent on his debut LP, with vocals coming from as far as Brazil (‘Cafuçu’ featuring Bonde do Rolê), Baltimore (‘Work Me Out’ featuring Rye Rye) and Canada (‘Payday’ featuring Maurice Moore).

Closer to home, Paces has tapped local vocalists such as Reija Lee, Esther Sparkes and Sydney’s Oliver Tank to make Vacation a showcase of some of Australia’s brightest upcoming talent. The closing track on Vacation also features a surprise appearance from one of Australia’s best loved singers, with Guy Sebastian lending his vocals to ‘Desert’. It’s a departure from Sebastian’s usual sound that will surprise many with its pitched down vocals and co-written by Sparkadia’s Alexander Burnett.

Paces kicked off 2015 in typical swag-lord style, waltzing into triple j’s Hottest 100 at number 100 with his Tkay Maidza collaboration, Switch Lanes. This was quickly followed up by his hit single Nothing's Forever, which featured vocals from Perth artist Kučka. Nothing's Forever hit the top of the iTunes Dance charts after being added to full rotation on Triple J in Aus & George FM in NZ. Off the back of this success, Paces hit the road with a sold out tour and was tapped for official remixes for Years & Years, Tinashe and Hermitude.

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